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North America Automobile Alliance

Most of the adjustments occurring in the automotive market immediately, together with tightened credit markets in a capital-intensive industry and increased authorities involvement are the newest international challenges. During World Battle I the productive capacity of the automotive business first demonstrated its navy value. Motor autos were used extensively for transport and provide. As well as, automotive vegetation could readily be transformed into amenities for manufacturing navy tools, together with tanks and plane. For the entire belligerents the conversion of automotive services was an afterthought, improvised after the start of hostilities, and the American industry, concerned only for a short time, never absolutely utilized its capability.

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Woman injured in crash north of Manhattan

MANHATTAN, Kan. (WIBW) – A woman riding a motorcycle was seriously injured in a three-vehicle collision Sunday afternoon just north of Manhattan, authorities said.

The crash was reported at 4:32 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of US-24 and K-13 highways. The location was about three miles north of Manhattan, just south of Tuttle Creek Lake.

The Kansas Highway Patrol said the crash occurred when a 2021 Toyota Sienna minivan that had been stopped at a stop sign at the intersection of US-24 and K-13 highways failed to yield the right of way to a 2018 Suzuki motorcycle and a 2014 Kawasaki motorcycle that were traveling west on US-24.

The Toyota drove into the intersection and was struck by both of the motorcycles, the patrol said.

The Toyota stopped in the intersection, while both motorcycles came to rest on their sides in the westbound lanes of US-24.

The patrol said Elizabeth

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North Carolina man charged with murder in alleged road rage shooting of motorcyclist

A man was charged with murder after an apparent road rage shooting this week left a motorcyclist dead in North Carolina, police said.

Image: Motorcyclist Stephen

Image: Motorcyclist Stephen

Stephen Addison, 32, was riding a motorcycle at about 12:30 p.m. Monday when he was involved in a roadside dispute with Roger Dale Nobles, 51, who allegedly shot and killed Addison, Fayetteville police said in a statement.

Nobles fled after the deadly encounter. He was later arrested on a charge of first-degree murder, police said.

“The preliminary investigation has revealed a driver of a truck was engaged in a disturbance with a driver of a motorcycle resulting in the motorcyclist being shot by the suspect,” police said.

Addison died at a hospital, police said.

Cumberland County District Attorney Billy West told NBC affiliate WRAL in Raleigh he was investigating whether to also charge Nobles, who is white, with hate crimes in the shooting

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Thieves steal motorcycles from a storage facility in north Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – Thieves recently stole motorcycles worth thousands of dollars from Sun-West Storage in north Springfield.

The manager of the storage facility said the thieves broke into four storage lockers mid-day on Oct. 24.

One tenant, Todd Smith, was tending to his motorcycles inside, when he noticed something suspicious.

“They were kind of doing a surveillance run through there. They were scoping it out, basically.”

Managers of the storage facility caught two men on security footage in a 2000 to 2002 Dodge Dakota truck, breaking into multiple storage lockers last weekend.

Manager Marsha Pope said she noticed something was off during her daily checks Monday morning.

“Monday morning, when I got here, I noticed there were four units that did not have locks,” said Pope.

The owner of Sun-West Storage said they were repairing the entrance gate last weekend. He believes that is how the two men may

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